Resignation or Impeachment?

Posted August 04, 2021

By Aaron Gentzler

“The industrial sector looks poised for big gains,” says our retirement specialist Zach Scheidt.
   Resignation or Impeachment?

“I Experienced Jimmy Carter”

Posted August 02, 2021

By Aaron Gentzler

2,700-page Infrastructure Bill (Senators Work Weekend)
“I Experienced Jimmy Carter”

Brace for Impact

Posted July 30, 2021

By Aaron Gentzler

DG continues to be a great stock to recession-proof your portfolio.
Brace for Impact

Lockdowns? Again?

Posted July 28, 2021

By Aaron Gentzler

“[AI] is expected to add $15 TRILLION to the world economy in the next decade,” Ray Blanco says. “The ‘when in doubt, regulate’ approach is not going to work.”
Lockdowns? Again?

Suspicious Timing (Wells Fargo)

Posted July 26, 2021

By Aaron Gentzler

Infrastructure is the hot-potato issue that’s been put off for decades. Will crumbling infrastructure finally get the attention it deserves?
   Suspicious Timing (Wells Fargo)

Australia’s Resurgence

Posted July 23, 2021

By Aaron Gentzler

The Delta variant raises a critical question: Will vaccinated folks need a booster shot?
Australia’s Resurgence

Getting Along in the Lone Star State

Posted July 21, 2021

By Aaron Gentzler

As for Monday’s sell-off, we think it was a rational, contained market blip -- just one of those corrective days. Particularly for one winning consumer staple…
Getting Along in the Lone Star State

The Dominoes Fall

Posted July 19, 2021

By Aaron Gentzler

We learn this morning that the stock market’s hit the skids… How to position your portfolio?
   The Dominoes Fall

Compatibility Test

Posted July 16, 2021

By Aaron Gentzler

Last week, Wells Fargo -- the eighth-largest bank in the world -- announced it would be terminating personal lines of credit. Is it a canary in the coal mine?
   Compatibility Test

Feds versus States

Posted July 14, 2021

By Aaron Gentzler

“In January, retail investors took the internet by storm with their Reddit revolution,” says Ray Blanco. Here’s why serious investors should steer clear…
   Feds versus States